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you're look look live in chicago, illinois where the curse has been listed. the chicago cubs are finally world championships. >> the cubs had to battle back and win three games and it looks like they had this sen up early. the indians cam back and made an extra inning. rain delays. exciting and intense to watch. the drama he was absolutely amazing. of course, we're going to have more coverage of the world championship chicago cubs live here. but first, is the southbound lanes of i-17 closed because of a nasty crash. >> traffic being taken off the freeway so avoid this area. if you can. >> and we have more breaking news right now. two phoenix police officers are
just indicted. amanda joins now. with details. >> reporter: con i remember ifed by sources tonight and they're results of this. >> get in the yard. >> he's not up yet. >> get in the yard. >> no. >> you want to be a dumb [ bleep ] go. get in the yard. >> you may remember this happened in may officers pepper sprayed a woman then they took off. the officers filed report stating at this stayed with the woman for about 5-7 minutes. just to make sure that she was okay. but their gps records show they left just 40 seconds after shutting off hair camera. now -- off their camera. they did serve six weeks unpaid suspension. which is the most severe punishment they have avoid from firing them. initially, the county
information has come to light leading to these charges. we are still, working to learn the exact charges they have been indicted on. but now, they're on paid leave from the department. back to you. >> quick look at your forecast. we have some rain to talk about. mainly around eastern arizona. in fact, if you take a look to the east, you could see some lightning strikes in the distance. look at this. the batch of the light rain. a few light little sprinkles. passing through the valley. what does that mean for your full forecast in the first ten minutes coming up. >> clinton supporters, they were patient tonight. the democratic nominee was 90 minutes late for her rally in tempe. >> as the crowd waded, trump supporter, they wanted to make their voice us heard. they showed up at tonight's rally. now live with the very latest. >> reporter: clinton left campus just about 10 or 15 minutes ago. so everybody behind me is kind of cleaning up the stage and trying to go home because she
clinton tailored her campaign speech specifically for the arizona audience. she criticize the sheriff piyl and his strong links to donald trump. >> his top advisory on immigration is sheriff joe arpiy arpiyo. the person who prosided pattern of racial profiling by a law law enforcement agency in american history. >> some people in the crowd spent nine hours on campus today. democrats know if arizona is going to go blue for clinton on tuesday, it's in large part thanks to hispanic voters. so people here tonight pleased to hear so much of the speech
and also says the changes. a lot of change taking place in arizona. >> i was really heartened to see the cross section of people and howdy verse it was. >> i served this country 20 years in the service. she served for 30 years and the only thing that donald trump has ever served himself is himself. >> have you voted yet? >> not yet. not yet. no. not yet. i was waiting for the rally. now that the rally is over with. i can >> you're convinced? >> i'm vined. >> reporter: the head of the state gop told me yesterday it's a fairy tale to think arizona will go blue on tuesday. people here tonight think otherwise. live in trayvon tempe, cbs5 news. donald trump was in florida today trying to rally his supporters in the key battleground state. polls still tightening in florida as well as north carolina. which now have become must win
showed up today for a mike pence rally want v. p. nominee talked a lot about obamacare and the skyrocketing rates that some arizona residents are now facing. certainly no stretch to say this election has been downright nasty. so, how is it being handled inside of the classroom? >> a high school teacher in mesa tells us this time around, the biggest challenge has been breaking down controversial emotional issues. but he discussions in school are as curable as ever. >> we need to make sure the state of the unions are aware of the world they live in. and what is important to them. and where they stand on the issues so that they can be that informed voter. >> and she adds her high schoolers are more engaged in this election than ever been before. >> tim kaine will be here in the valley tomorrow. with a speech aim at community voters. that starts a 2:00 p.m.
mitt romney will also be here in the valley to support john mccain. it'll take place in me esa. and as we head into the final stretch of the campaign, you can find more answers on rally, poll,iven the propositions -- even the propositions by opening up cbs5 mobile app and click on the campaign 2016 icon. an arizona man charged with hacking into dons trying to get student information. jonathan powell was arrested. after he work computer here in the valley. he was looking for embarrassing pictures of e-mail users. >> maybe more freeways. adot wants to know what moves you. >> and they are asking you to get interactive with a new survey on future projects. so, how can you help?
this as a quick game of monopoly. they want you to fill out the survey on their website, which is called, what moves you arizona 2004. they want you to be part of the 25 year plan. so what they do is, they give you a fictitious budget and then you decide on whether or not you want to expand roadways, possibly extend others or at new technology. >> we all have our -- on what to do with the asceses roads. now it's time to put where are moneymy where your mouth is. a quick survey on adot's site puts you in charge. >> it allows people to get engaged and tell us what's important to them. >> about 25 years ahead goals. you decide what's important and where the money goes. >> i i feel like uncle penny
>> let's in aer row the -- narrow the focus. i-17. >> we can do something to the i- 17 because i have lived here since '87 and nothing has ever changed about it. >> i-17 from center city north. >> the same old ragged freeway. >> let's go with expanded road similars. >> safety and expansion rank th them to get influence. >> reporter: so the survey is going to be running until november 11th. and adot says they do plan to implement some of these ideas with their 25 year plan. so it would be a good idea to check this survey out. back to you. >> all right. thanks for that live report. boy, what a night it is. live in chicago behind us. those cub fans will be going to
least. at least until spring training. >> how fast do they have that up. world series champions. big congratulations to all of the cub fans. >> arizona tourism leaders say despite who you may have been routeing for, it's actually a win, win for our state. >> that's because both teams play in the cactus lead. about 200 fans watched the game at good year ballpark. which is the spring training home of worst league attendance in the year. but the cubs had v had the best. >> our phone calls have increased dramatically in the last few weeks. specifically with, you know, watch parties and when are tickets going on sale and anything with a single game tickets, group tickets and our season tickets have already seen a 30% increase. >> and since the 2013 world
have averaged a 13% increase the next spring. so hopefully more people getting out and going to spring training. >> ballpark out there. they dealt with some rainfall. you guys saw the rain delays. will zoom in and look at this. most of the showers pushing through. they had another batch of showers. pushing closer. in fact, the diamond backs sent out this tweet. kind of funny. i wonder if the cubs and indians, wish they had one these? a roof. yeah. nice work, diamond backs. great stuff. let's take a look at our forecast. we're talking rainfall mainly eastern arizona. but seeing light showers here. that chance of rain will extend through the morning hours and again through the afternoon and evening. we'll start to see the showers taper off and by friday, we'll start to see clearing skies. but that rush hour, it's been awhile since we have had the rainfall out there. so we're expecting slick roads. take it easy. 84 degrees. to thursday, staying in the
-- 80s -- on friday and things start warm up other the weekend. >> it's the world series. so many people, loved ones that have been lost by so many generations of cub fans were there celebrating that are mother or father or brother or sister who aren't around to see this. >> he has cub's history in his blood and he's talking to us about this year's historic season. >> and what community policing really means as we from the valley commander who patrolled the streets of ferguson, missouri. >> and we'll tell you why so
some of the things i saw there i didn't believe were taken place in law enforcement. >> a valley police officer commander talking about his life changing aseenment. >> now that he's back home and back on patrol in glendale, he is sharing what he learned and how he believes the concept of community pleasing everyone safer. ferguson southern, missouri. 2014. a picture of unrest. following the fatal shooting of 18-year-old michael brown. >> fromday is, they were protests, and then -- and i was right there. >> and the man sent to restore order. glenn dale police commander,onday anderson.
five months there. as the interim police chief. >> we just want to be patient as possible. >> when i got there, on the ground. even where mike brown jr. was shot, i went on the ground and talked to the people right. >> had the assignment had a profound effect on this law enforcement concern. >> it was a good experience. you know, i talked to people about ferguson all of the time. it's changed my >> anderson says ferguson sought him out because of his success in glendale with community pleasing -- policing. >> our police officers are such great people. >> reporter: this is what building community bridges looks like in glendale. >> what's up. >> what's up? member of 85301 squad, as they are called, doing community
approach to how you do your job. very important for police to get out of their cars. >> reporter: and thousand they do their -- and how they do their job -- can go a long way in how they are perceived in the communities. >> part of the 85301 squad is making multiple contacts with people. >> reporter: sergeant donald brant gave us a look at closet full of gently use, name brand running that officers can give them out to adults and children child their out on patrol. >> these are pretty nice. if you gave these to somebody, they would be pretty happy. >> and something else that often makes people happy? a few times a year, police take boxes of donated pieces to the boys and girls club.
and as an african american man and police commander, andre anderson has a unique perspective when it comes to race and placing. anderson himself didn't care for police growing up. >> i didn't respect them and i didn't like the police. >> reporter: there are many african americans who feel at some point they have been profiled by police. and anderson is no exception. >> i haven't really that hasn't been racially profiled in some way, shape, or form. for me, i chose to do something about it. i chose to become a police officer. >> and anderson hopes his passion helps change perceptions in communities like glendale. >> my party, is to build those relationships, and demonstrate, and prove to the community,
>> mike watkins, cbs5 news. well, you better keep an eyen o your bank account, and the gas pump. high tech pumps once again using those skinny devices. and morgan low found these for sale. right there on the open internet. authorities have already seen more than twice the number of skimmers in the past two months. then they found all last year. and here's why -- they're easy to buy online. we found all of on a website. this is all of the equipment the bad guys need to install skimmers and fake key pads over gas pumps and atm's. thieves will steal your credit card information. the before you use any atm or gas pump, take a good look. they're actually pretty obvious. if something doesn't look reich, pick a different machine. if you've got a story, open up our mobile app and click on the
against all odd, the cubs won the world series tonight. >> but for one valley man, who was practically born into the organization, the final outcome didn't really matter. we went one on one with a sun of a cub's ledge maryland. >> what was it like for you growing up. >> i was born into it. so as long as i can remember, we were at wrigley field. that was our playground. >> reporter: exhausted from to arizona after experiencing two historical word series games in chicago. he was there, up close and personal at wrigley field. but despite how tired he is right now, he says it was worth every single minute. as for jeff, watching the team win game 5 and being in the middle of all of this excitement, was a very
>> st it the world series. -- it's the world series. so many people -- loved ones that have been lost by so many generations of cub fans. was there celebrating their mother or father or brother or sister who aren't around to see this. and that's what the feeling was like. >> his dad, hall of fame, ron santo died about seven years from complications from diabetes. he played with the team from 1960 until 1973. later made famous as broadcaster. after his death, the cubs put this statute up at wrigley field to honor him. years later, ron sanot was inducted the into the hall of fame. >> everyone taking pictures of my dad's statute, he would be amazed. >> fly ball to left center. at the wall. >> reporter: this team has been waiting 108 years for a championship. jeff says nobody was looking forward to what's happening right now more than his dad.
question, what would your dad be doing right now? it's so hard to put into words. and the cubs were his life. you know? so it's like this past weekend, i'm exhausted. just got back last night, but i got to enjoy it with our family and honor our dad and see everybody, you know, wearing his number and -- he was there with us. it just felt -- >> reporter: win or lose, jeff says it doesn't really matter. >> it doesn't matter. they got the. the i think in gob to be -- going to be -- if they don't win about the world series, they're going to forget. it are you kidding? we got there. we were so happy. because we knew how happy me he would be. >> reporter: don't get emotion mall. mallal -- emotional. you'll make me cry. >> like i said, i'm very tired. >> reporter: cbs5 news. >> plenty of emotions tonight
it tonight. the cubs still with the lead the bottom of the 8th. a lock down closer. he takes it by romney gee davis. his first home run of the post season. lebron fired up. but then a rain delay. the cub's fence comes alive again. and that is going to score the go ahead run. the cubs, get the victory tonight 8-7. and win their there's going to be a world series victory parade on the north side of the chicago. >> i have never won an award as a team. i have always been able to do it individually. but this trumps everything. i mean -- i'm so happy. i can't even really put into words how this feels. >> reporter: unbelievable. the suns back home to host the blazers tonight.
booker returned to score. 16 points in 38 minutes tonight. a thriller here as well. time winding down, head down. he gets it to go and the suns with a lead. portland, got one more shot. and they would have an answer. the cutting lay off. would go to overtime. all kinds of free sports tonight. the suns would have the last laugh. buries a 3 to win it. the suns, pick up the victory over the blazers finally, the story of asu
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>> the late show was taped earlier so we don't know who won the world series. for that reason we have two messages. is there congratulations, cleveland. you played great ball. your city should be proud. this is the kind win that makes us briefly forget your mascot. i also want to say congratulations to this goat. as you know in the owner cursed the chicago cubs because they kicked his goat out of gaiment. apparently the curse worked really well. goat, your power is undeniable, and we stand in awe of your black magic. all hail evil goat! wooo!